Titanic

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  • Corridors Pg. 17
  • Transatlantic Pg. 19-20
  • Serviette Pg. 38
  • (Noun) A long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms. "He and Mr. Scollins followed Watley along the lower deck, then inside and up a wide carpeted stairway where everything smelled new and luxurious, along white corridors as hushed and quiet as the corridors of big Dublin hotels where he often stayed with grandmother and grandpop." (pg 17)
  • Discreet Pg. 69
  • (adj) Crossing the Atlantic. "Some of the first-class passengers on transatlantic vessels like to go down to steerage for lark." (Pg. 19-20)
  • Guffawed Pg. 71
  • HAHAHA
  • (Noun) A table napkin. "When he looked across at the two empty seats he saw that Jocelyn had left her serviette neatly folded on her chair." (Pg. 38)
  • Steward Pg. 196-197
  • (Talking)
  • (adj) Careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions, especially in order to avoid causing offense or to gain an advantage. "It was Watley's discreet knock that wakened him in the morning" (Pg. 69)
  • KNOCK KNOCK
  • (verb) Laugh in a loud or boisterous way. "The colonel guffawed and sprayed kipper morsels across the table." (Pg. 71)
  • (noun) A person who looks after the passengers on a ship, aircraft, or train and brings them meals. "Watley had stopped a deck steward he seemed to know and had a conversation with him out of the group's hearing." (Pg 196-197)
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